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Sound Perimeter
WEEKLY ON OZARKS AT LARGE

Sound Perimeter airs weekly on Ozarks at Large and is hosted by University of Arkansas bassoon professor Lia Uribe, who stretches our musical boundaries with new interpretations of classical pieces and themes.

Latest Episodes
  • Joy
    As we approach the holiday season, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe explores joyful music by American composers and celebrates sounds that bridge cultures and connect us as human beings. Featuring works and performances by Joseph Curiale, Alexis Alrich, and Orphic Percussion.
  • Today in Sound Perimeter, we explore the extremes paces of life through examples of solo low-string music by Zoë Keating and Adam Ben Ezra
  • University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe this week explores the boleros of Chopin, featuring music and performances by Pepe Rivero and Idil Biret.
  • This week, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe pays tribute to composer Igor Stravinsky and poet Alfonsina Stomi with music and performances by Deborah Kavasch, Ariel Ramirez, Paradise Winds and Natalia Lafourcade.
  • The start of autumn is days away. University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe helps get us into the mood for fall this week with music by Imogen Holst and Astor Piazzolla.
  • This week, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe shares with us a musical love letter, featuring the music of George Gershwin performed by Keith Jarrett and Amy Winehouse.
  • University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe is enamored with the bassoon. This week, she explores music of the bassoon and contrabassoon with music and performances by Leigh Munoz and Anthony Parnther, and composers Jenni Brandon and Dave Volpe.
  • During the summer, U of A Music Professor Lia Uribe traveled to various destinations, including Boise, Id., a region that is home to a large Basque population. This week, she explores Basque music with music and performances by 12-year-old South Korean violinist SoHyun Ko, joined by pianist Allison Freeman, and The Aglaia Trio: Gudrún Ólafsdóttir, mezzo-soprano, Elena Jáuregui, violin and Francisco Javier Jáuregui, guitar.
  • University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe is back from a summer vactaion, and she brings with her some musical postcards from her travels. Featuring music by French composer Germaine Taileferre and Thai composer Vanich Potavanich.
  • This week, University of Arkansas music professor Lia Uribe highlights the music of composers Orlando “Maraca” Valle and Errollyn Wallen, and performers Rafael Mendez Rubel and Artina McCain, all bringing new additions to the classical music repertoire.